Christian Living

When Church ‘Sucks’

Here’s a little secret that I’ll let you in on – sometimes it is very difficult to enjoy Church. I know, I know! I’m...

Interview with Jenny Salt: Faith, Life, Singleness and God in the Midst of It...

Last year, the Northern Rivers in the Far North Coast of NSW held the North Coast Christian Women’s Convention. I was fortunate to be...

Ask Sarah: How do you live intentionally in the busyness?

"I feel like time goes so quickly. How do you live intentionally in the busyness?" for the New Year period?What a great question....

Growing Confidently in Our Walk with Christ

Assurance was one of the war-cries of the Protestant Reformation. Because we are justified by faith alone, by Christ alone, then assurance is the...

The Surprising History of Australian Weddings

Australian weddings have changed — a lot, and that means marriage has changed as well. Recently, thinking about the ins and outs of the...

Advent: Where Solemnity and Hope Combine

As a kid, I remember when Christmas was fast approaching. The Christmas tree was up, it was hot outside, and Mum would buy a...

Ask Sarah: How Do I Submit to My Husband When We Have a Difference...

It would be so easy for me to give a simplistic answer. However, I can't, as I am not sure what is going on...

Submission: What does it look like in my life?

Last year I was asked if I would give a short talk on the topic of submission, and what it looks like in my...

When Killing Baby Girls Is Not Wrong

Baby Sheela was dying. She was a sick eighteen month old living skeleton, and so weak that she couldn’t even cry.Indian author Vishal Mangalwadi and his...

Cultural Blindness and a Lesson from Jephthah

Have a look at this image, have a good look. What do you see? Do you see a number?If someone said to me "Joshua, I...

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Christian Courage this Easter

This is going to be an interesting Easter season. In a previous era, under sociological conditions of “Christendom”, Christianity was sufficiently woven into the...